Reliable luxury for travelers seeking comfort they can count on.
Featuring a Haussmann façade and artwork by Picasso-follower Raymond Moretti, this hotel boasts an excellent location, ideal for strolling the Champs-Elysées and plundering the couturier and jewelry shops of Avenue Montaigne and Place Vendome. Although the InterContinental hotel brand is known for larger properties, this outpost can truly be considered a boutique. Simple, tasteful guest rooms and suites were designed by Philippe Starck collaborator Bruno Borrione, and come with cable/satellite TV, coffee makers, mini-bars, mini-fridges, work desks and free high-speed and wireless Internet access. Suite amenities also include butler service, complimentary drinks and light lunch snacks and the morning paper. Book a room with a terrace overlooking the Eiffel Tower or Arc de Triomphe, and you’ll feel as if you’ve landed your own Parisian pied-à-terre. Facilities include a health and fitness center, business center and 300 square meters of function space. Le M64 serves contemporary French cuisine and offers courtyard dining in the summer, while the lobby level Le Bar du M64 provides a relaxing environment for drinks after a day of sightseeing.